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- M.S. in Global Affairs
- Noncredit Offerings
Global issues ranging from corporate responsibility to immigration to international law, and human rights, have a direct impact on our lives and our livelihoods. Whether you are interested in advancing your expertise in the global arena, or you are exploring career opportunities that span across international borders, the Center for Global Affairs (CGA) offers a wide range of noncredit courses and certificate programs to help you achieve your goals and objectives.
Noncredit courses offered through CGA are designed to increase your knowledge of complex world events, to deepen your understanding of what shapes foreign and economic policies, and to broaden your insights regarding the political, economic, social, and cultural issues that affect international relations.
A Selection of Courses From This Department
- Carbon-Constrained Economies: Financial and Political Aspects
- Reaching Your Goals: Monitoring and Evaluation for Civil Society Organizations
- The Social Capital Market: Philanthropic/Investment Hybrids for Social Impact
- Superstorm Sandy, New York City, and Climate Change
- The United Nations' Role in the War on Terror: U.N. Sanctions and Counterterrorism
- World Politics: Confrontation or Cooperation?
Our noncredit certificate programs are ideal for professionals who want to develop their expertise in order to take advantage of the burgeoning opportunities that expanding global infrastructures, and social, political and economic systems have to offer. The Certificate in Global Affairs provides you with the requisite knowledge to navigate the increasingly complex global affairs landscape. The Certificate in Global Philanthropy prepares you to assess and to successfully address the challenges facing programming officers and fundraisers who work in the private sector, and in governmental and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs).